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We just spent a week in this hotel and didn´t like it at all.
When we arrived, the manager told us that we would have to stay one night in one room and then would change to another one. Very boring, having to change rooms...More
We stayed in the hotel as a group for almost a week and really enjoyed it. The hotel is very nice and situated in the very heart of the city, close to the Topkapi and all the major mosques, as well as St. Sophia. But...More
i stayed at the hotel for a week,near all historical location, harbour and with good connection to Taksim square (place for shopping and Food). Hotel stuff are very polite, hospitable. Serdar is there for all explanations and Oktay is for advices and patient with every...More
This hotel has a good location being right on gulhane Tram stop.
however the tram starts at 6 am until Midnight and definately makes a sleep in abit tricky.
breakfast was ok.
Staff very friendly and helpful, Front desk staff speak English
US$ 46 - US$ 115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Whilst I didn't see the different rooms, it does seem normal policy at this hotel to upgrade you if they can. I would book the economy room and cross your fingers. However our superior room did not have a view. Just the team... More
Whilst I didn't see the different rooms, it does seem normal policy at this hotel to upgrade you if they can. I would book the economy room and cross your fingers. However our superior room did not have a view. Just the team line - which my kids loved.